Battle of the Bands in Support of the Humane Society of Huron Valley

. November 7, 2018.
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Loyal, friendly, authentic, and adorable- let’s be real, some of the best people we know are animals. Here is your chance to help them out while enjoying a raging battle of the bands in support of the Humane Society of Huron Valley! There are some pretty sweet incentives for the brave contestants, including mastering of a six-song EP, a promotion package, and EPK Assembly, and design for a logo, EP cover, T-Shirt, or poster.

Think you’ve got what it takes to prevail? Send a sample of your work to Desirée Isaac at isaacholidayfundraiser@gmail.com to be considered for the competition. Details provided upon submission. Competitors will be announced November 22nd.

Suggested donation of $5 or more. Maidstone Theater, Saturday December 22, 5pm-12am.

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